Our Approach to Learning
Our student cohort is very diverse and as such our approach to learning is unique. The process of developing high quality teaching practices that support our varied student population is something we continually develop and improve.
Our students are actively engaged and involved in the planning of their education. We implement Individualised Pathway Plans (IPP) for every one of our students, which set realistic post-school options through effective pre-course and pathways counselling. We don’t simply set the IPP’s to tick a box, we continually work with the students through regular mentoring sessions to ensure they are on track and help adjust the plans if the goal changes.
Our Senior Campus is built around the students. It was developed for them and continues to evolve and change by listening to them. We value meaningful feedback provided by the students through our engagement surveys, and we use this vital information to develop new learning approaches and teaching methods.
Our teachers are constantly looking to improve their knowledge and understanding of best teaching practice and we pride ourselves on being forward thinking. Currently our teaching staff are undertaking training via an innovative course ’How Language Works’. This is a comprehensive professional development program that extends our understandings about language and literacy. This is just one example of our whole campus approach to improvement and continued learning.
Time to explore the extensive programs and courses on offer to you here at CJSC. Our pathways are multi-layered and flexibility is the key to our program delivery. Students are able to access a range of study modes either full-time, part-time or via online learning. Maybe University is your aim or vocational training or straight to the workforce, this can all be achieved here at CJSC.
We pride ourselves on being a Campus that offers you an alternative opportunity to access education. The pathways we offer, present opportunities for everyone to achieve individual goals. We offer a broad collection of ATAR and General courses to help get you on your way to University, further training or into the workforce. You will also find a selection of Foundation courses to help strengthen your knowledge and skills. Staff at CJSC will personalise a learning program to support your future aspirations. Our expertise in pathway planning will ensure that you are on the right track to achieving your goals.By studying Year 11 and 12 courses, you can work towards various levels of educational achievement.
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Cyril Jackson offers some courses via an external iLearn Program. Courses are delivered by highly experienced teachers using either online delivery or
comprehensive text based materials. This adds greater flexibility to the timetable, increasing student onsite choices and catering to students with work or study commitments at other schools or site.
|Year 11||Online||Print Material||Year 12||Online||Print Material|
Course Code: A1/2 ENG
Course Code: ATENG
|GENERAL English Course Code: G1/2 ENG|
|GENERAL English Course Code: GTECO|
|GENERAL Economics Course Code: GTECO|
|ATAR Economics Course Code: A1/2 ECO|
|ATAR Economics Course Code: ATECO|
|ATAR Modern History Course Code: A1/2 HIM|
|ATAR Modern History Course Code: ATHIM|
Before enrolling in any iLearn study option, it is important to note that a great deal of self-discipline and motivation is required to sustain the self-paced nature of the work in these courses. You will also need to meet certain criteria to be accepted into this mode of learning.
Course Cost: All iLearning Courses: $100 ($50 per semester)
Library Fee: $20
This is an Endorsed program developed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority. Workplace Learning allows students to develop transferable skills through work experience in the workplace. These skills may be developed through paid or unpaid work experience.
Why should you enrol in Workplace Learning?
To improve your skills for employment
To help you make better career choices
To gain confidence working with other people
To improve your opportunities for part-time work
To gain extra points for TAFE entry
To gain credit for part-time work
What is required?
To complete this program, a student must:
Attend an interview
Work at least 55 hours in a real workplace
Complete a logbook (see below)
Complete a skills journal (see below)
During the work placement the student is required to complete a logbook which comprises of an attendance record and task schedule and an evaluation of the student’s workplace performance. This logbook is validated by the workplace supervisor.
During and/or after the work placement the student is required to respond to ten questions for every 55 hours completed (Questions are based on the Core Skills for Work Developmental Framework).
Ideally, you should have two days free on your timetable to enable you to do your work placement. If you have a full timetable you will need to complete your work placement after school or in the holidays.
Please Note: Based on the average of a 6-hour day you would need to work two sets of school holidays without any sick days to comply
School Holiday Dates 2019
Term One | Sat 13 April 2019 – Sun 28 April 2019
Term Two |Sat 6 July 2019 – Sun 21 July 2019
Term Three | Sat 28 September 2019 – Sun 13 October 2019
Workplace Learning is a course, we do not find you employment. We help you to gain the skills and experience you will need to find employment when you leave school. If you have a part-time job already, you may be able to use these hours towards the program, please check with the Workplace Learning Coordinator.
For any Workplace Learning enquiries please contact: Suzie Brown | 0418 943 489 | Suzanne.firstname.lastname@example.org